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Recently, the U.S. Senate and House agreed to and passed the CHIPS Plus legislative package, which will provide $52.7 billion dollars in federal funding for U.S. Government agencies to distribute to U.S. semiconductor manufacturers to build new plants, increase manufacturing capacity, and support research and development.

Click here to read the full article from Pillsbury’s Elizabeth Vella MoellerNancy FischerGurpreet BalAimee Ghosh, and Johnna Purcell.

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Europe’s energy infrastructure struggles under record heat waves, Wall Street tightens commercial real estate lending, blockchain technology and NFTs (non-fungible tokens) continue to transform real estate ownership, and more.

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) turns its focus to clean hydrogen hubs, key real estate players announce a new round of layoffs, Local Law 97 faces pushback in New York, and more.

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Our mid-year roundup highlights the top-read Gravel2Gavel posts from 2022 so far. Our authors provided deep industry insights and summarized hot topics that addressed various legal implications and disruptions that affected the market, ranging from topics like investing in real estate metaverse to the clean hydrogen transition.

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Well-maintained yellow gas pipes parallel on side of buildingClean hydrogen has the potential to play a significant role in the energy transition by serving as a carbon-free form of energy storage and heat production. In real estate, hydrogen could provide heating, replace or supplement natural gas in many applications, or store excess rooftop solar power. The United Kingdom, United States and Japan are all homes to pilot projects attempting to scale out hydrogen for use in communities.

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Pillsbury colleagues Elina TeplinskyJorge MedinaSidney Fowler, and Ashley Meredith discuss the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) announcement of the release of a Notice of Intent (NOI) and Request for Information (RFI) describing and seeking feedback on its plan to implement the $6 billion Civil Nuclear Credit (CNC) Program that is part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).

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Construction contractors adjust to extreme changes in material prices, China expands real estate lending support to its larger cities, semiconductor demand becomes a gem for industrial real estate, and more.

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